JAKARTADAILY.ID – Dewa 19 fans rejoice as the Indonesian rock band will be performing at the Prambanan Temple, Klaten, on August 6, 2022, for its 30th-anniversary reunion concert.
The band's two former vocalists, Ari Lasso and Once Mekel, will be performing alongside the band's new vocalist, Marcello Tahitoe.
The concert is hosted by PT Aviasi pariwisata Indonesia or InJourney as the holding company for SEO Tourism with PT Taman Wisata Candi Borobudur, Prambanan & Ratu Boko and Otello Asia (PT TWC).
"The '30 Years of Dewa 19' concert in Yogyakarta will present three Dewa 19 vocalists, namely Ari Lasso, Once Mekel, and Marcello Tahitoe. In addition, the former drummer for the band, Tyo Nugros, will also be present at the concert," said Otello Asia CEO Sysan Ibrahim in a statement posted on the official SOE website, Friday, June 24, 2022.
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The splendor of the main stage with the background of Prambanan Temple will be an iconic and charming performance, especially supported by the complete formation of this legendary Indonesian band.
To enjoy this concert, visitors can buy pre-sale tickets which are open starting from Wednesday, June 22, 2022.
The pre-sale tickets for the Dewa 19 concert at Prambanan Temple also come in various categories, from Festival, Silver, Gold, Diamond, to Super VVIP.
Pre-sale tickets for the Festival category are sold at a price of Rp 250 thousand, while the normal price is Rp 400 thousand. Festival ticket buyers will get standing access to enjoy the 30-year Dewa 19 concert at Prambanan Temple.
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As one of the attractions included in the Borobudur Super Priority Tourism Destination (DPSP) area, TWC Prambanan supports the realization of quality attractions and performances.
President Director of PT TWC Edy Setijono said that this show is expected to be able to participate in the recovery of the performance industry, especially in Yogyakarta and Central Java and the country in general.
“We are committed to presenting a classy musical performance with a magnificent panorama, like the shows that have been done by TWC. We hope that this show can impress the audience and become one of the drivers for the growth of the performance industry in the region," he said.
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